The clinic continues its amazing work in supporting and guiding to women in Mijale, rural northern Uganda.
This picture shows a group of mothers attending an antenatal health class led by community midwife Asaba.
In the community, Asaba has supported 158 women. She has also given out over 120 mosquito nets.
In addition, pregnant mothers were given mama kits to help them prepare for their new baby and reduce expenses. They also received necessary medications and supplements to ensure their very best health during pregnancy.
Bethy demonstrates how to set up mosquito nets in a health class (left). Bethy with a group of mothers and church leaders (middle). Travelling to community classes over a flooded bridge after heavy rain (right).
A volunteer lab technician (left) joined the clinic team this month, aiding in the smooth running of the clinic.
The maternity team helped mothers deliver 43 babies. 138 mothers are currently attending antenatal classes at the clinic.
The wonderful team are successfully helping the community through their outpatient clinic, having seen over 300 patients in September.
Special thanks to the staff who work tirelessly to support their patients and community.